Photographs of worn stone sea wall at Watchet. They bear the appearance of Beehive honey comb.
Moving in close to the subject really picks up the textured detail of the sea worn wall.
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner is a poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge written in 1797-98.
Coleridge lived in Nether Stowey and it was whilst here that he visited Watchet. It was the harbour at Watchet that provided the inspiration to write The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. His longest work.
The above statue commemorates Coleridge and his magnificent poem.
The poem can be found in its entirety here
At Watchet Harbour, West Somerset, UK. An old historical port, active since the 1500’s. It is famous for the inspiration of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, written in 1797.
A bright sunny day, photographs taken with X100F as out of camera jpegs.
A Rain Obscured View – You know its British Summertime when you can’t see out of the windscreen…
Taken on the morning of 29 July 2017, at Beer, East Devon, looking out across Beer Head. Right next door to Beer Head Caravan Park. You don’t have to be caravanning or camping to enjoy the food and drink and beautiful views.
Went to Beer in East Devon for the first time, a village on the East Devon coast. The weather gave heavy skies and a fine rain pervaded the day but it was perfect for walking…
Up onto Beer Head and walking over the South West Coast Path, toward Branscome
The path puts you right in touch with the environment at times…
Peace & Photography